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Gas Prices Up Across the Board In Kansas, Oklahoma


Motorists in southeast Kansas have seen gas prices rise considerably.


Over the past month, prices in Montgomery County are up by nearly a nickel to $1.98 a gallon while Labette County has risen eight cents also to $1.98 a gallon. In Chautauqua County, prices have only moved a penny to $2.03 for a regular gallon of gasoline. The state average has jumped 12 cents at $1.99 a gallon.


In Oklahoma, the state average is up 12 cents as well to $1.93 a gallon. Gas in Washington County is up 16 cents to $1.90 while Nowata County is up 18 cents to $1.89.


Since Monday, the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline has increased by four cents to $2.20, which is five cents more than a week ago, eight cents more than a month ago, but 35 cents less than a year ago.

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